Several new venues have been placed on notice by NSW Health after an infectious customer visited.

The list of places potentially exposed to coronavirus continues to grow – spanning all the way up the New South Wales Central Coast.
Several train services, a gaming venue, supermarket, gym, department store and medical imaging facility were added on Thursday to NSW Healths list of venues associated with confirmed COVID-19 cases.
In a public health alert, it said further investigations of existing cases had identified locations in Sydney, Hornsby, Willoughby and the Central Coast.
One case attended the gaming area of City Tattersalls on August 24.
The CBD building has also had several cases linked to its gym.
A man sits on a bench wearing a face mask whilst reading his mobile phone at Wynyard train station in Sydney. Credit: James D. Morgan/Getty Images
Anyone who was in the gaming area on Monday should monitor for symptoms and get tested should any develop.
NSW Health says it is working with CIty Tattersalls to identify people considered close contacts.
A second gym – Fitness First on Bond Street – was also identified as a potential hotspot.
Any gymgoer who attended the Sydney gym between midday and 4.30pm on August 20 and 21 is being contacted by NSW Health to determine their level of contact to a confirmed case.
Members should be on the lookout for symptoms.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian. Credit: AAP
A medical imaging facility in Hornsby and a Harris Farm Markets in Willoughby have also been exposed to COVID-19, the public health alert said.
Anyone who attended PRP Diagnostic Imaging on Edgeworth Drive between 10am and 11.15am on August 24, and anyone who visited Harris Farm on High Street in Willoughby between 4pm and 5pm on August 22, should monitor for symptoms.
Harris Farm Markets in Willoughby. Credit: Google Maps
Yet another new case, which will be included in Fridays daily numbers update, caught several trains from Woy Woy through to Sydney.
Anyone on the following trains should monitor for COVID-19 symptoms and seek testing if they develop.
Monday, August 24

  • Sydney-bound service, departing Woy Woy at 6.31am and arriving in Wynyard at 7.50am.
  • Northbound train, departing Town Hall station at 5.31pm, arriving Woy Woy station at 6.54pm.

Tuesday, August 25

  • Sydney-bound train, departing Woy Woy station at 6.31am, arriving Gordon station at 7.21am
  • Northbound train, departing Hornsby station at 7.53am, arriving Woy Woy station at 8.28am

New South Wales reported nine new coronavirus cases on Thursday.
All were locally acquired.
Five were linked to a rapidly developing cluster in the CBD while four were close contacts of previously confirmed cases.